Connecting the dots between resources within our 757 community is one of our goals. Here you will find a variety of resources to help you find information and services you may need. If you have any resources to share, please let us know.

Resources757: This is a ONE STOP SHOP for local resources including Family Support, Early Childhood & Maternity, Health Care, Food, Clothing and Household, and much more!

Parenting Resources: Find Parent Education offerings, support groups, information about support for you and your baby starting from conception, and helpful websites for parents, grandparents and foster parents and all caretakers.

Pathway Through Pregnancy: A simple guide that maps out a healthy pregnancy with a variety of resources (many local) to support pregnant and parenting people.

The Basics Hampton Roads: Five fun, simple and powerful ways that every family can give every child a great start in life.

Professional Development & Training: Visit this page if you are an early childhood educator looking for training or professional development opportunities.....or learn more about a career in early education.

Family Friendly Businesses:  This toolkit provides businesses with ideas, knowledge and resources to advance early childhood outcomes while supporting one of their most valuable assets—their children.

Ready Region Southeastern: Minus 9 to 5 is the lead of Ready Region Southeastern. We are one of nine total Ready Regions throughout the state, covering the cities of Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk and Virginia Beach, as well as Western Tidewater (City of Franklin and counties of Isle of White and Southampton) and the Eastern Shore (Accomack and Northampton counties).

Ready, Set, Register Southeastern: Are you looking for no-cost preschool for your infant, toddler or preschooler? Visit this webpage to learn about early childhood education and care opportunities in our region; as well as kindergarten readiness and registration.

News: Check here for a variety of news spots covering topics such as early childhood education and the workforce crisis.